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Besieged commercial and emerging farmers in the Waterberg Region of Limpopo held a Tobacco Farmers Day in the town of Vaalwater on Thursday. They met to share knowledge and information, but mostly to hear how industry players are planning to tackle the
Western Cape police have made a breakthrough in a case involving a hijacking of a truck transporting tobacco products in Mitchells Plain last week‚ by eight hijackers posing as police officers‚ with the arrest on Sunday of four suspects.
The foreign currency situation will continue to be dire until the beginning of the tobacco selling season, a senior Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) official has said. William Manhimanzi, the apex bank’s deputy director of financial markets, told to
has urged the Federal government to emulate countries that have banned the smoking of water-pipe tobacco otherwise known as shisha, due to its addictiveness and deadly effect on the health of users. ERA/FoEN made the demand following the ban of shisha by
has urged the Federal Government to emulate nations that have banned the importation and smoking of water-pipe tobacco also known as shisha, due to its addictiveness and deadly effect on the health of users. The organisation made the call following the an
Former Nacada chairman John Mututho has slammed at companies, buinsess people and individuals who are still opposed to the ban on shisha smoking. Speaking in Turi, Molo, Mututho said smoking of shisha has great harm to the users with statistics indicat
The Ministry of Public Health in Tunisia has re-launched a programme which it hopes will encourage its citizens to stop smoking. First launched in 2016, the “Yakfi” campaign comes as part of the cooperation between the Ministry of Public Health, the Wor
An MP from Mombasa raided a joint and flashed out youth she said were smoking shisha two days after the tobacco substance was banned by the Health ministry. Mishi Mboko (Likoni) said she found youth smoking the banned product and ordered them to leave a
Health CS Cleopa Mailu told The Star on Thursday that discussions on the ban, with various government departments, were ongoing. “We are contemplating banning shisha … we will definitely do that,” he said by phone. “We are in discussions with the Att
During a stakeholders’ meeting held in Nairobi two weeks ago, Leadership Impact Dynamics founder Ade Adeyam said the industry must offer alternative products as a tool to help stop smoking. “We believe we can have a big impact on public health by promot